You spent four hours assembling invitation suites. Your grandmother got hers in the mail and called before she opened it, asking if she should bring her own hand sanitizer.
We get it. It's tough to enjoy getting married right now.
Let's have a really honest conversation for a minute.
Your grandmother's concern is totally valid, but so is your frustration. Event planning during a global pandemic is deeply personal and requires a lot of sacrifice for everyone involved.
Hosting an event during a global pandemic is a risk, no matter how much sanitizer you hoard. The unfortunate reality is that you cannot guarantee anybody's safety. When you send that invitation, you're asking guests to make a choice. The levels of comfort vary so drastically right now that some guests won't bat an eye while other agonize over coming to a decision. If you read our blog, you'll understand the importance of providing guests with expectations during the pandemic to help them in making a decision.
It has always been our job to help clients cultivate the guest experience and while the guest experience looks a bit different, that part of our job hasn't changed.
Postponing or canceling isn't a solution for everyone. If you are still hosting an event, it's imperative you approach your planning with safety at the forefront. We'll bring our understanding of the logistical side of an event to the table to guide you through recommendations and suggestions customized to your event experience.
Since every couple's wedding is unique, our workshops are private and must be scheduled in advance.
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